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by Sachin Kumar, Nempal Singh, Kapil Sirohi, Pushpendra Singh & Manoj Kumar
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A development of prospective synthetic methods to produce Pyridine including those of complex structure will allow to makes the latter more available and hence Pyridine bases will be widely used in industry. In this paper the Hetrocyclization of Acetylenes with nitriles catalyzed by chromium Complex has been carried out. We have limited our aim to study the chromium catalyzed activation of bifunctional vinyl halide a-Bromoacrylic amides with 1, 3 dienes and alkynes to form an unsaturated...
Topics: Chromium Complex, 1.1-(4- Methoxyphenyl)-3(1 Phenyl-(E)- Methylidene)- 2, 3, 3a, 4, 5, 7a-...
Unitary and federal are the main systems of governance; however, there are other systems of governments as well in modern politics. Some of the systems of politics have been changed due to the immediate needs of the country and the desire of the political leadership.
Topics: Constitution, Federalism, Governance, Need, System
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Topics: Lakshmi, Durga and Saraswati and Put on the Pedestals of Glory, and so went the saying 'Yatra...
The study critically examined organizational appraisal, which simply involves the assessment of functional areas policies and strategies. The focus on appraisal and diagnosis of the external environment enables the firm to think of what it might choose to do, as well as determining which opportunities and threats could be significant to the company in the future.
Topics: Organizational Appraisal, Capabilities Factors, Functional Strategies, Firms Sustainability,...
The present research study focuses on the “Determinants of Social Sector Expenditure in Himachal Pradesh and Kerala” social sector expenditure is an important instrument for realizing the objectives of government policy. The government formulates programmes and schemes, and undertakes various social and economic
Topics: Social Sector Expenditure, Socio Economic Development, Dropout rate, gender equality, Female...
Woman is exploited in patriarchal system.The patriarchal system allows man to have physical relationship outside marriage. It is normal in the view of society. But, even if a woman is suspected of having relation outside marriage, the men view it as if the calamity has fallen on their family. This is injustice to women.
Topics: Patriarchal System, Social State of Woman, Superstitions
The Indian economy is one of the fastest expanding economies one arth and its growth and development are majorly dependent on the public and private sectors. The Government is continuously working on identifying key areas with the sole aim to upgrade, improve and strengthen the position of CPSEs. Owing to this fact
Topics: Maharatna Companies, SAIL, PPP Model, CPSE and Financial Performance
History as we know has been through a lot, it has been modified changed and reshaped to fit the personal versions of perfections that suit the best interests of people of each era. It’s a long pain striking process to dissect the already brutally mutilated versions of history to find an ounce of reality in each of the accounts. This paper is the first of a series of ten short research papers which would in a very brief manner deal with all the neglected grey areas of Indian history.
Topics: Instinctive, Inquires, Indian, History, Rewrite, Protagonist, Antiquity, Chronicles, Disoriented,...
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The world for decades has been plagued by many problems, like minor economic recessions and major problems in the form of The Great Depression and the two World Wars. But, the Covid-19 Pandemic has posed unique problems the world perhaps has never experienced.
Topics: Covid-19, Pandemic, Socio Economic Threats
Internet of Things (IoT) consists of heterogeneous nodes which are randomly deployed and are intended to sense data. It suffers failure due to large amount of data to be sensed in the sensor network hence, similar data collected by nodes leads to redundancy and network lifetime is foreshorten. To enhance network lifetime, dynamic cluster head selection algorithm (DCHSA) is propounded in this work
Topics: Clustering, Data Aggregation, Internet of Things, Network Lifetime, Power Consumption
In this paper, we discuss e-waste, the trade of e-waste, the advantages and disadvantages of the e-waste trade. We also discuss the laws and regulations related to the e-waste trade at the national level in India. We find that the stockpile of ewaste has been increasing over the period both due to domestic production and the import of the e-waste. E-waste and its trade have both positive and negative effects on human health and the environment, however, the disadvantages are far more and...
Topics: E-Waste, Trade, Environment, India
The point of the examination was intended to decide the Effect of six week Swimming and Meditation Practices on Haemoglobin. To accomplish the reason, Forty Five (N=45) Pre University understudies considering different Colleges in and around Belagavi, Karnataka State, India during the scholarly year 2019-2020 were chosen haphazardly as subjects. Their age went from 17 to 19 years.
Topics: Swimming, Meditation, Haemoglobin
The needle punched nonwoven can be used as automotive interiors. The needle punched product can full-fill this purpose. This will be eco-friendly and also serves as an alternative material.
Topics: Needle Punched Web, Cotton, Kapok, Recycled Polyesters, Thermal Conductivity
Disasters are normally categorized into two categories: Rapid onset and slow onset disasters. Most of the disasters except for drought, insect infestation and epidemics are classified as rapid onset disasters as they strike with little or no warnings, i.e. giving no time to mitigate their effects.
Topics: Disaster Management, Teaching Presentation, Alertness on Disaster, Natural Disasters, Preparedness...
The student industrial attachment has become an integral part of academic programmes that seek to improve students’ career prospects and employability. This study evaluated the attachment programme from the perspective of students and university lecturers. A sample of eighty-seven (87) participants comprising lecturers, students and parents were interviewed using self-administered questionnaires, semi-structured and focus group interviews. Data were analysed using descriptive analysis and...
Topics: Industrial Attachment, Assessments, Experiential Learning, Human Capital Theory
The entire globe seems to be reeling under a pathogenic threat; a global contagion is doing the rounds, has been the buzzword. But, the news of India-China border confrontation at Galwan Valley in Mid June 2020 has also been grabbing headlines and created a volatile situation in Ladakh Valley.
Topics: Pathogenic Threat, Global Contagion, Rising Dragon, Dancing Elephant, Constructivism, Realism,...
Listening’ stands first in the order of language learning, and about one third of our time is spent in listening during the process of communication. Aural skills, being a receptive skill, is rarely taught and learnt as an individual skill. In order to examine this little studied skill, a university sub-project was undertaken to test the aural skills of undergraduate agricultural students with interactive software at their entry level.
Topics: Aural Skills, Listening Skills, Language Laboratory, ESL
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A strong banking sector is important for developing economy. The cooperative immerse nearly all cent percent villages in India. The cooperative form of organization is the ultimate Organization for economically weaker sections in the country. The disaster of the Co-operative banking sector may have an adverse impact on other sectors. The management of NPA's in co-operative banks is a really tough challenge and UN manageable task. The Study of the cooperative structure in India has proved that...
Topics: Cooperative Bank, Non Performing Assets, Performing Asset, Co-Operative Bank
Humans captured wild animals for their pleasure from the ancient period. Western European countries developed the modern system of collection of wild animals which was termed as menagerie and later became more popular form of ‘zoological garden’ or ‘zoo’. The coming of colonial British rule in India and its interest in the faunas of the orient led to the formation of zoological gardens in several urban centres of India from the nineteenth century onwards.
Topics: Menagerie, Zoo, Enclosure, Design, Safari, Zoological Park, Wild Animals
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As an important part of the family and social setup of every country, women are contributing in each and every sphere of society. With the passage of time, in the new arena of the modern world, women are facing challenges in the competitive world. They are participating equally in every sector in developed countries and prove themselves. On the other hand in developing countries, although women are playing traditional roles and dependent upon their spouses for their economic necessity, yet by...
Topics: Working Women, Economic Participation, and Empowerment
The intension of the project is to develop fully green biodegradable complex laminates using natural fibers from Tamarind, A leguminous tree which belongs to the FABACEAE / FABACEAE INDIGENOUS family. It is aimed to prepare the laminates, using Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) fiber as Strengthener and PVA as the matrix material.
Topics: Mechanical Compounds, Tamarind Fibre, Composite Material
Assam, one of the states located in north-eastern part of India, is the hub of different indigenous and aboriginal tribes. The Sonowal Kacharis, one of the Scheduled Tribes (Plain), constitute one of the largest tribal groups of Assam. With the population of 2, 35,881 (as per Census-2011), the Sonowal Kacharis are the fifth largest tribal group of Assam.
Topics: Sonowal Kachari, Haidang-Husori Geet, Traditional Practice
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by Swati Priya & Pooja Bhatia
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The paper discusses the impact of unconventional media on the buying behavior of rural consumers.  It also studies the problems and challenges of rural communication in rural Uttar Pradesh and highlights the relevance of non conventional media in rural markets. Non conventional media are effective tools for raising hype about new products or for re-launching existing products. This is particularly true in the case of FMCG products, where the hype generated can propel sales volumes, provided...
Topics: Rural Communication, Non Conventional Media Vehicle and Rural Consumer Buying Behavior
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This study paper aims to present research practice in literary studies, a distinct course of study of literature in humanities and social sciences. Researchers select a text (e.g. a novel), raise a thematic issue in the text, and then explore a theory related to that issue.
Topics: Research, Literary Studies, Theory, Thematic Issues, Thematic Analysis
The core purpose of this study is to analyse the impact of macroeconomic factors and stock returns of big companies, mid cap companies and small companies listed in national stock exchange in India. The study period covers ten years from 2010 to 2019. For the purpose of the study, predominant macroeconomic factors have been selected based on the literature review.
Topics: Macroeconomic Factors, National Stock Exchange, Portfolios, Big Companies, Mid Cap Companies, Small...
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This article inquiry into Judith Thompson’s play The Crackwalker to bring to light the idea that normalcy or disability is socially constructed. These concepts are not innate but a product of socio-cultural construction.
Topics: Disability, Normalcy, Construct, Power, Social Institutions, Challenge, Deconstruct
This paper attempts to explore how L P Devkota, in his poem “The Illiterate”, subverts the conventionally established notion that the literate people are civilized whereas the illiterate are uncivilized. It also shows Devkota‟s effort to dismantle the hypocrisies, pomposities, arrogance, follies, fopperies, atrocities, discriminatory attitudes and calculating thoughts of the so-called literate people with the motive of establishing a harmonious society through education based on morality,...
Topics: Irony, Subversion, Il/Literate, Animal Imageries, Morality, Humanity
Right now seeming near the research of the particular calculations for their sensibility, probability, adaptability regarding the matter of cloud situation, after that we attempt to suggest the hybrid technique that might be grasped to improve the contemporary level further.
Topics: Cloud Computing, Met Heuristic, GA, PSO and VNPSO
World Health Organization categorizes the ages from 10 to 19 as the adolescent age group. (WHO, 2017) Adolescence is the period of gradual transition from childhood to adulthood. There is a rapid rate of growth spurts occurring accompanied by major physiological, psychological and social changes. Adolescence is the time of puberty changes. Rapid skeletal growth and increase in height takes place (WHO, 2017), total bone mass increases (JM Rees et al, 1989), hormonal changes occur leading to...
Topics: Nutritional Status, Adolescents, Residential School
The concept and phenomenon of education is of modern origin, not only in India, but also in the developing countries and the West. It is only with the emergence of the industrial revolution, that children's education based on school going received a boost in the West. In India too, contemporary education draws from Western origins
Topics: School Dropouts, Literacy Level, Human Resource & Management
In the beginning of the human civilization the pattern of most of the human settlements was rural in nature. Most of the urban settlements have developed from the rural settlements. Prior to the Industrial Revolution the world’s population resided in rural settlements, but the period that followed the Industrial Revolution witnessed rapid migration of rural population to the towns and cities.
Topics: Civilization, Migration, Urbanization, Environment, Population, Uttarakhand
Research in cat research for the period 19752019, obtained from the CAB Direct Online database via scientometric analysis. The analysis found that 12708 papers were published during the period from 1975 to 2019, and the largest number of papers was 1378 papers published in 2015.
Topics: Scientometric, Cat, CAB Direct, Relative Growth Rate, Doubling Time
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The institution of marriage is known as life-long dedication, not only between two partners but also two families, for their lives. Family is the soft corner for every person. All religions of the world strongly believe in the sanctity of the institution of marriage and family especially in India and affirm it for promulgation of human life.
Topics: Small Family, Urban & Rural Couples
Nanotechnology is an emerging field in the area of plant disease management. Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) have been heavily studied as antimicrobial materials. Silver nanoparticles synthesized by the means of physical, chemical and biological ways but bio synthesis is the most eco-friendly approach. In bio synthesis of silver nanoparticles, the use of fungi gives good mono dispersity and dimensions. The synthesized silver nanoperticles are characterized by different techniques such as UV-Vis...
Topics: Review, Silver Nanoparticles, Mycogenesis, Plat Pathogen Control
U.R. Ananthamurthy’s Samskara draws a picture of a decaying Brahmin agrahara in the village of Durvasapura in Karnataka. The agrahara is famed after its great ascetic Praneshacharya, who is a much sought after scholar. The conflict in the novel arises when Praneshacharya is unable to find a solution to the samskara ofNaranappa, a member of the agrahara. Since Naranappa had no children, a member of the agrahara had to do the last rites. But everyone was hesitant since Naranappa had not lived...
Topics: Samskara, U.R. Ananthamurthy, Agrahara
The intension of the project is to develop fully green biodegradable complex laminates using natural fibers from Tamarind, A leguminous tree which belongs to the FABACEAE / FABACEAE INDIGENOUS family.
Topics: The intension of the project is to develop fully green biodegradable complex laminates using...
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Anton Chekhov is one of the greatest literary stalwarts of not just Russia but of the world. He addressed the woman question in many of his works. Betrothed is one of them. Existential Feminism debunks and discredits the enfeebling gender roles and cultural constructs foisted on women by society, hampering their self-determination.
Topics: Existentialism, Feminism, Patriarchal Constrictions, Eternal Feminine, Immanence, Inessential...
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Telling stories and listening to them are age -old phenomena. With the learning of speech by the primitive man and the evolution of language, human being started telling stories, narrating their experiences, expressing their thoughts and feelings. But story or fiction as a genre of literature is a fairly modern creation. Though stories were used systematically by the great teachers of the world, like Christ and Buddha, modern fiction is a product of later time. Modern fiction is different from...
Topics: Narrative Techniques, Point of View, First Person Narrator, Third Person Narrator
Fundamentally, the international effort to achieve a common set of accounting standards is not an easy task. It has started long ago to correct the differing and varying national accounting standards and principles in different parts of the world, however, the ultimate aim is to move towards harmonization.
Topics: International Harmonization, Convergence, Financial Reporting, Accounting Standards, Standard-...
The chronological order and analysis of Greek print detergent advertisements in this article, aims to provide an elaborate model of observation of detergent advertisements and, in particular, their displacements in the period between 1902 and 2019. The empirical material of the study is composed of 300 detergent advertisements based on their use.
Topics: Cognitive Science, Historical Advertisements, Visual and Textual Diversity, Visual Retrieval,...
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Women’s autobiographies are supposed confessions of self and species. They are chronicles of women’s lives. In Kannada there are outfits of women’s perspectives. They are not revolutionary as they appear in Marathi
Topics: Women’s Perspectives, Subversive Strategies
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In this article, some of Iran (and my) scientific problems were mentioned. It was concluded that Iran and I will not become anything in the science, I have no intelligence and Iran and I will not become anything in general.
Topics: Politics, Jealousy, Depressive Realism, Industry
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Rice is grown mainly as a wetland crop by transplanting seedlings into puddled fields. Conventional transplanting is the most common practice of rice cultivation in South and South East Asia. Weeds grow profusely in the rice fields and reduce crop yields drastically. Normally the loss in yield ranges between 15-20%, yet in severe cases the yield losses can be more than 50%, depending upon the species and intensity of weeds. Weed flora under transplanted condition is very much diverse and...
Topics: Chemical, Cultural, Mechanical, Rice, Weed Management
Stroke is one of the major causes of human morbidity and mortality. The purpose of the study is to find out the effectiveness of Occupational Therapy interventions with visual regards to improving the reach and grasp. A sample of seven patients with acute hemiparesis was selected for this study.
Topics: Hemi Paresis, Effectiveness of Visual
nature, various types of plant are available. These nuts are important for living things. The nuts containing organic and inorganic matter are present organic matter contains lipid, carbohydrates, vitamin C, protein, fats etc. Similar to plant foods, nuts provide a range of nutrients, including large quantities of healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and moderate amounts of protein.
Topics: Nuts Nutritional Quality, Organic & Inorganic Matter in Nuts, Biochemical and Biophysical,...
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Demonetization move has definitely impacted the retail sector in the short term due to lack of liquidity in the economy because the retail sector generates a lot of cash transactions there might be reduction in the sales. Local kirana stores, paan beedi stores,
Topics: Demonetization, Digitalization, Retail Sectors
Sustainable development is the need of the hour and financial inclusion is a necessary step in achieving the SDGs, especially for emerging economies. Financial inclusion is not listed as one among the 17 SDGs, but it plays an active role as a mediator in achieving SDG1, SDG2, SDG3, SDG5, SDG8, SDG9 and SDG10. Digital inclusion will undoubtedly be the future of financial inclusion policies, especially during the times of crisis.
Topics: Sustainable Development, Sustainable Development Goals, Financial Inclusion, Developing Economies
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In choosing my title, I am inspired by an extraordinary exactly what has taken place after Aravind Adiga’s protagonist in The White Tiger where he explain the situation of subsltern in our society and Arundhati Roy’s voiceless people in The God of Small Things.
Topics: White Tiger, Arunthati Roy, Aravind Adiga
The Nigerian soil over the years has proven to be a fertile ground for poetic overflow. This is evident in the outburst of poems that have emanated from the country and now grace the African and world literature at large. Poetry, a genre of literature which some scholars believe to be of Western origin is not alien to Africa. Africans have their own poetry laced in oral tradition and cultural artefacts of the people prior to colonialism. Poetry in Africa in the course of its evolution has...
Topics: Greek practices, Historically
The usages of mobile phones are common now-a-days, which is used widely and it is used as a portable instrument of communication between people to people in any part of the global society. By usage of mobile phones, there is a lot of opportunity to understand people, organization, culture, society and economy. The present study is attempted to evaluate consumer behavior attitude and intention by the use of Information Technology while using mobile users in Chennai. This research is framed with...
Topics: Consumer Awareness, Consumers Behavioral Intentions, Information Technology, Technology...
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This paper shows the effects of manual metal arc welding (MMAW) and tungsten inert gas (TIG)welding processes on two types of joints (lap and butt joints) to evaluate the strength of welded joints of the specimens that is made of steel (ST52-3). Tensile and bending tests were executed to study the mechanical properties of welding joints.
Topics: Butt Joint, Lap Joint, MMAW, Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG), Tensile Test, Compression Test, Bending Test
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In order to maintain favorites quality of Barhi dates to the consumers at the khalal stage with its yellow color and crunchiness firmness. Controlled atmospheric storage has the ability to keep Barhi fruits for three months. But the main problem remains to maintain the same quality fruits in the markets. So the aim of the current study is the application of immersion Barhi fruits after CA storage in calcium chloride solution at concentrations (1%, 2%) for (3-5 minutes) and then left to dry at...
Topics: Calcium Chloride, Controlled Atmospheric, Barhi Fruits, Quality Parameters
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Injection of the wind power into an electric grid affects the power quality. The performance of the wind turbine and thereby power quality are determined on the basis of measurements and the norms followed according to the guideline specified in International Electro-technical Commission standard, IEC-61400.This paper demonstrates the power quality problem due to installation of wind turbine with the grid. In this proposed scheme Unified Power Quality Conditioner (UPQC)is connected at a point...
Topics: International Electro-Technical Commission (IEC), Power Quality, Wind Generating System (WGS)
Religious practice paved the way for Mithila painting to grow as a cultural phenomenon. In addition, the literature of the region further shaped its growth in corporation with the agricultural life style of common folk. Mithila painting, in the long run, is the product of interaction between the people who cultivated the mind and the one who cultivated the land.
Topics: Ritual, Aripan, Kohbar, Tantra & Women
Cognitive radios (CRs) are regarded as a promising solution for alleviating this spectrum underutilization problem by enabling unlicensed users. In traditional ad hoc networks, broadcasts are conducted on a common channel, which is shared by all nodes in the network. However, in cognitive radio ad-hoc networks, unlicensed users may observe heterogeneous spectrum availability, which is unknown to other unlicensed users before the control information was broadcast. In this project, a...
Topics: : Cognitive Radio (CR), MIMO, Multi Transmitter, Channel Selection
Planetary gears (PLG's) work as the name implies: the sun wheel is in the center and driven by the motor. It confers its motion onto three rotary planetary wheels which form a stage. They are arranged on the bearing bolt of a planetary carrier. The last planetary carrier in each case is rigidly connected to the drive shaft and so provides power transmission. On the outside the planetary gear wheels also rotate in a gearbox with internal gearing, the so-called hollow wheel. Obejctives Gear...
Topics: Planetary Gear, Lapping
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Sustainable development has gained significance in the new millennium. Environment friendly development approaches are essential to save the world from various disasters and disadvantages. Water conservation has become an important aspect of Sustainable Development Goals.
Topics: Water Conservation, Exploration, Sustainable Development
A Social Science class can be transformed into an exciting experience, through the inclusion of dramatic activities for all age groups and all levels of schooling. These activities provide a learning environment, where the students can feel safe inside, release emotions with control, develop decision making and develop problem solving abilities. The present study was conducted to explore the Attitude of Pupils and Teachers towards the use of Drama Activities in teaching of Social Sciences at...
Topics: Attitude, Drama, Drama in Education, Social Sciences, Elementary Level
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by RUTUJA R. PATIL & P. R. DEVALE
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These days, Signature based Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS), which apply a set of rules to identify hostile traffic in network segments are quickly updated in order to prevent systems against new attacks. The objective of an attacker is to find out new evasion techniques to stay unseen. Unfortunately, majority of the existing techniques are based on the ambiguities of the network protocols. As a result of the emergence of the new evasion techniques, NIDS system may fail to give the...
Topics: NIDS, Evasion, Apriori Algorithm, AdaBoost Algorithm, Snort
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by MRUNALINI PARASA, ZAREENA SHAIK, SHAIK MASTAN SAHEB & NAGENDRA NATH VEMURI
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Background Assessment of Stroke volume variation (SVV) using minimally invasive devices in mechanically ventilated patients has been in use for several years to guide fluid administration. This study was designed to assess the utility of          SVV derived from arterial pulse contour analysis, using FloTrac/Vigileo system to predict fluid status in patients scheduled for brain surgery. Method We studied 60 adult patients undergoing brain surgery. After a 5min period of stable...
Topics: Stroke Volume Variation, Volume Loading Steps, Neurosurgery, Vigileo Device
Initially, it was believed that Africa as a continent did not have art, at the onset of the 20  century, after it was established that African art did indeed exist, it was termed as Primitive art. Traditional African culture has always incorporated art forms in their daily lives as a way of communication for various reasons. The following article is intends to give a brief review of how art forms have been utilized by various communities in Kenya and what meanings those communities derive from...
Topics: Body Art: Art made on the body as a canvass to express feelings, ideas and for communication. In...
In the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), during the conference of 196 parties on 12 December 2015, the Paris Agreement was an international treaty on climate change aiming to limit global warming to well below 2, preferably to 1.5 degrees Celsius, compared to pre-industrial levels. It was for the first time a binding agreement took place bringing all nations into a common cause towards undertaking ambitious efforts to combat climate change. The parties agreed to...
Topics: Climate Change, Global Warming
The 20th century war (First and Second World War) brought death and destruction world over. War in itself, though anti-social, engaged the governments with an involvement in War with gigantic effort. Whole economic activity was directed towards war industries. It increased prices and this increase in price level stimulated some industries as a result of lavish spending by armed forces on holidays, especially at various tourist resorts in India and mostly to Kashmir. Also on the other hand,...
Topics: Trade, War, High- Prices, War–Goods, Destruction, Impact
Anita Desai is an artful shilpi carving the characters instilled with real, emotional, natural and lively traits in them. The traits of her characters in the books exhibit her thorough study and understanding of the thoughts flowing in the minds of humans under various circumstances. She highlights the pain and suffering of the women that result in the mark caused by the torment of various members in the family and the society. Married women are chained and shouldered by all heavy...
Topics: : Carving, Torment, Welfare, Unconditional, Turbulence, Protagonist
Medicinal plants based agro forestry systems can play an important role through which we can cultivate tree crops as well as medicinal plants on same piece of land and it’s an additional income to farmers. It can also reduce pressure on natural forests. The growth parameters of tree species and medicinal plants were recorded in Cuddalore, Jayankondam, Sendurai and Sivagangai. The medicinal plants of D. hamiltonii, H. indicus and G. superba had the suitability under E.camaldulensis. The trees...
Topics: Medicinal Plants, E.camaldulensis, Agroforestry, Global Warming
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Woman comes as major marginalised category among the subaltern groups as she is gendered and suffers exploitation. Patriarchy controls and coordinates her by dominating her body. The very politics of gender begins with woman’s body. In the light of post-colonialism the rate of domination is socio-political.
Topics: Gender, Marginalisation, Cartelism, Domination
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The developmental strategy for the tribals and the Nation has to be associated, to focus on aim oriented administration. One of the major goals of social marshalling therefore is the integration of tribal societies with the national policy.
Topics: Tribal, Development, Tribal Sub-Plan, Scheme
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F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby (1925) is often referred to as one of the best exemplification of the Jazz Age or the Roaring Twenties. The wealthy Gatsby is the American dream incarnate and his parties exhibit the enthusiasm of the 1920’s. The Roaring Twenties also propagated the feminine ideal of the “new woman” who could defy the norms of patriarchy. However, even with the emergence of the “new woman” the inequities did not cease to exist. This paper analyses how The Great...
Topics: Patriarchy, Gender, Women, New Woman, Feminism
The production of palm oil is facing enormous difficulties in the village of Gadomey. This is why this research aims to highlight the influence of this activity on the socio-economic life of the population of Gadomey.
Topics: Gadomey, Comè, Production, Marketing, Palm Oil
The Literature review examines the theoretical, empirical and meta-analysis development in leadership literature. Substantial effort has gone in to clarify different dimensions of leadership, by generating considerable attention on the organizational and social research of leadership theories, styles, and behaviors. The study on leadership literature review brings out that over the period of time the researchers have redefined and modified the theories and practices of leadership development,...
Topics: Leadership, Leadership Theories, Leadership Styles, Leadership Development, Autocratic Leader,...
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Fredrick Douglass’s Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Written by Himself stood apart as a piece of writing in English literature which laid bare to the reader the psychosomatic perspective of the institution of slavery.
Topics: Slavery, Silence, Powerlessness, Power, Black
Many feminist theories originated in the West and therefore reflected the social and cultural background of the writers and the nature of social configurations within which they sought explanations. More relevant for us are the family—immediate and extended—with its hold over loyalties of its members, a deeply hierarchic society stratified by caste and class, and persistent conflicts over religion, language, ethnicity and other differences.
Topic: Christian.
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Shashi Deshpande has many avatars. At Intellectual discussions, she champions the cause of English as an India language, and fights for the recognition of woman as individual. She speaks truth gently but firmly, her words lingering, long after her exit. The present paper projects the fact tale about women, who speaking for herself or for the whole of womankind is quite different from a man telling a women’s tale also it brings out of the idea of women explicating her and emerging out of the...
Topics: Feminism, Protagonist, Quest, Female Identity, Feminine Sensibility
This essay aims at unearthing the myriad connotations of women’s silence in selected short stories of Shashi Deshpande. Despite her refusal to identify herself as a feminist, Deshpande seeks to unravel the ways and the strategies that women often resort to in order to break free of the silence that patriarchy enjoins upon them.
Topics: Silence, Speech, Patriarchy, Women
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Andrew Marvell is one of the most distinguished representatives of the Metaphysical School. In his poem To His Coy Mistress, Marvell employs the literature skill of Defamiliarization to impress the readers, giving them a new reading experience. In terms of structure, he creates a structure that the time and space are inconsecutive to prolong the reading process of the readers.
Topics: Drama in Education, Drama Techniques, Language Learning, Perception